Twenty Years Ago Today -, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-02

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Twenty Years Ago Today Chief Turf Events of Dec. 2, 1902 Racing at New Orleans and Ingleside. Score three more for jockey Ranch at Ingleside. Jockey Fuller chalked up two winning mounts for himself at New Orleans. Nominations for the Tennessee Derby and Oaks were announced today. The first mentioned received 105 entries, the latter 67. The highly prized two-year-old Henry Mc-; Daniel, for which several tempting offers have! been made recently, won the second race at New Orleans by eight lengths. George C. Bennett, the Memphis turfman, said today that the present year has been the most successful one in his career on the turf, his books already showing a profit of 00,000. Mrs. M. Goldblatts Latson made a runaway race of the fifth at New Orleans. He took the lead at the start, seemed to like the heavy track and was never headed. Fifty to one was his price. When interviewed in New York jockey Danny Maher, who just returned from England, declined to say how much his nrninpj were, but the amount has been conservatively placed at 50,000. Kenilworth and Sad Sam engaged in a three-quarters mile duel in the overnight handicap at Ingleside. Kenilworth, with a lucky start, following Sad Sam closely, finally wore him down after a long drive through the last quarter. Word came from New Orleans that nearly all the horses shipped from Benning had contracted colds en route and are coughing. It was necessary to destroy the horse W. J. Baker, belonging to D. Hennessey, the animal contracting lung fever on his way South from Washington. Statistics published today revealed that out of the first thirty races run at Ingleside twenty favorites came home winners. It was a perfect carnival for the talent and many of the heavy plungers made enough the first few days to keep them in betting funds for a month. It was tough on the bookmakers. Barney Schreiber was one of those lucky enough not to cut in the first few days. Both his other books, however, Frank Bain and "Virginia" Carroll Qt a scnsuxhiiifi.

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